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Office of Virtual Learning

Shelby County Schools

Barnes Building Room 211

160 South Hollywood Street
Memphis, Tennessee 38112
Phone: 901.416.0115
Fax: 901.416.2723
Email:  MemphisVS@scsk12.org

About Memphis Virtual School

Effective schools are a result of families and schools working together to ensure children are successful in school. Memphis Virtual School (MVS) allows students in grades six (6) thru twelve (12) in the State of Tennessee to meet academic requirements in a virtual learning environment.  It is our goal to ensure that every child meets grade standards.  This will require the best efforts of all of us (parents, students, the home school, and Virtual School) to work together as a team. As a program of Shelby County Schools, Memphis Virtual School uses online courses to offer students in grades 6 - 12 an exceptional virtual learning experience. Each student works through a curriculum at his/her own pace, while achieving the tools needed to succeed.

Who is Eligible?

ANY SCS STUDENT with high speed internet and a computer.

NOTE: For any student with an IEP,  a copy of the IEP meeting notes that clearly indicates that the student’s accommodations and modifications can be met in the Virtual School environment and the Virtual School IEP Documentation Form must be submitted before the student can be enrolled.

Programs

Virtual Learning

Virtual Learning (new coursework) is designed to allow students the opportunity to take a new course online. This is done by disseminating secondary academic content via the Internet. The curriculum is aligned and correlated to Tennessee standards. All courses are taught by certified teachers endorsed in core subject areas.

Students in grades 8 - 12 qualify for his program.

  Extended Year

Extended Year is for students who failed a core course during the current school year with a final grade of 50 to 69. Computer-based software will be used during a 17 day summer program that affords a student the opportunity to be successful in the course(s) that they failed.

Maximum of 2 credits.

 

 

 

Last updated on October 17, 2014

       
       
       
 
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